IN PURSUIT OF PANORAMA: THE UNBOUND VIEWMDA (2019)
Panoramic views are accessible through camera phones, mouse cursors, and fingertips to due to developments in digital technology, which also support large-scale and immersive projections. In the early 19th century the desire to release art and paintings from the confines of a frame started a movement which still is alive today. The latest example is Yadegar Asisi’s creation of the ancient city of Pergamon as a 360º panorama in Berlin. This paper explores the relationship between scenographic design and tectonic architecture with the purpose of creating the illusion of unlimited spatial expanse; it will articulate a specific relational network between contemporary spatial and architectural understanding and its influence on subsequent developments in simulations.
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Publication DateFall October 1, 2019
Citation InformationAntonio Scontrino and Andreas Luescher. "IN PURSUIT OF PANORAMA: THE UNBOUND VIEW" MDA (2019)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/antonio-scontrino/14/